While we value any contributions you can make to the forum, conversationally, of particular value are long, well considered, informative posts. In fact, I have set the forum so that search engine spiders won't even index short threads. So if you start a thread with a beginning post of under three hundred words, it won't be indexed by the search engines unless the replies are sufficient to bring the word count up to three hundred. No, I am not saying that you shouldn't post anything here that is less than three hundred words. Some responses require no more than a sentence of two but, whenever possible, go for longevity. Again, I am not suggesting that you should only post if you have a lot to say. Sometimes a brief post will encourage others to reply, and the accumulation of posts in a thread may be enough to hit the magic three hundred word mark. Of course, questions seldom have to be long, yet they are likely to solicit answers. Mostly, I want you to enjoy participating in this forum. While web directories are the focal point of the forum, we're including a wide buffer area that takes in pretty much anything that might be of interest to webmasters and people wanting to know more about finding stuff on the Internet. There is also an off-topic category, called The Commons, which may include topics unrelated to the rest of the stuff we're discussing here. Try to post things in the right places but I'm not going to yell at you if you post something that I'd rather see in another area of the board. I might move it, but that doesn't take long. To give you an idea, this is 300 words.